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    Archive for the ‘Ed. Leadership’ Category

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    MLK Day Post: A Rooney Rule for Public Education?

    In 2003, the National Football League instituted the Rooney Rule which dictates that all professional football teams must interview at least one minority candidate for an open head coaching position or any open senior football operations position.  The rule came about because Dan Rooney, the owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, lamented the lack of minority […]


    School Leadership and Educational Governance: On Silos and Onions

    [NOTE: thanks to Scott McLeod for dreaming up this idea three years ago.  This is my contribution to Leadership Day 2009.  The Leadership posts I’ve already seen are great, and the collection of posts will ultimately make for an important and interesting contribution to the field of educational leadership.] I have a doctorate in Politics […]


    A Leader, A Humanitarian and a Mentor

    I am so very excited to use this space to recognize a woman who embodies leadership, humanitarianism and mentorship. This week, at the annual convention of the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), Dr. Charol Shakeshaft was honored with an Effie H. Jones Humanitarian Award.  According to AASA, “[t]hese awards…recognize AASA members who exemplify the […]


    Leadership 2.0: Notes from Educon 2.1

    This past weekend, I had a wonderful opportunity to lead a conversation/session at Educon 2.1.  I had planned a 20-25 minute presentation to be followed by small-group and whole-group discussions.  But, at the last minute, I decided to scrap the presentation part and let the folks in the room talk.  At the wiki developed for […]


    Live blogging: Lisa Delpit at UCEA